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This drag queen wins season two of 'Drag Race Holland': 'This is incredible!'  |  TV

Flemish Drag Queen won season two of ‘Drag Race Holland’: ‘This is incredible!’ | showbiz

TVFirst in a drag race in the Netherlands. For the first time, a Flemish transgender woman could call herself the winner of the popular game show. Vanessa Van Cartier was named the most talented drag queen in Season 2, thus becoming the successor to Envy Peru. Those who like to watch the match for themselves can now do so on Dutch broadcasting platform Videoland.

In the final, the three Queens The first task was to write a song with singer Famke Louise, and to record an accompanying clip. After candid interviews with Fred van Leer and Josephine Kaye, Editor in Chief From the Dutch edition of fashion and entertainment magazine Cosmopolitan, it’s time for the big wrap. in that , Queens Again, drag all the stops to get the winning look. Unfortunately, Vivaldi turned out to be the short straw there, and she was the first to use it.

Then it’s time for the famous “lip sync for your life”. My Little Pony and Vanessa Van Cartier compete for tunes ‘This is my life’ By Welsh singer Shirley Bassey, Fred finally decided to announce the winner of the second season of Flemish-Italian Vanessa Van Cartier.
‚ÄúThis is unbelievable. I think: Never stop dreaming. As I always say: Do not dream about it, so be it! “ I’m very happy!” said the winner. Fun fact: Vanessa is the blockbuster for Envy Peru, which won the first season.

By the way, Vanessa Van Cartier was the only Flemish Queen this year. Just like last year, when that honor was reserved for Sederginne. She ranked sixth after finishing it lip sync He lost to Abby OMG. Vanessa – also the first female runner in ‘Drag Race Holland’ was much better in this match. With her win, Vanessa is also following in the footsteps of other international drag racing greats such as Kylie Sonique Love – who won All Stars 6 this year – and the second season winner of Drag Race Thailand, Angele Anang.

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